Calvary Riverina seeks community input

Calvary Riverina Hospital is embarking on a new chapter, with consultation underway to support planning for future services a the hospital.

To do this, Calvary is developing a Clinical Services Plan (CSP) that identifies the healthcare required to meet the needs of the Riverina into the future, considering population objectives and innovative delivery.

Engagement with stakeholders, including staff, began yesterday and the wider community is also being asked to contribute via a survey.

Calvary Riverina Hospital General Manager Jacki Hilton said past and current patients and clients, community groups and members of the community are encouraged to have their say.

“By responding to this survey, you will help us understand which services are important to you, so we can continue to provide genuine choice and exceptional healthcare to the Riverina community,” Ms Hilton said.

“Calvary Riverina Hospital is committed to our mission of Being for others. That’s why it is so important that we hear directly from our staff, community groups and the region on which services are needed and valued.”

The short survery has three questions focused on service delivery and planning for the future of the hospital.

“We are committed to ensuring Calvary Riverina remains a sustainable and thriving hospital that serves the community and attracts and retrains an engaged and respected workforce,” Ms Hilton said.

“Your feedback will be crucial in guiding out future.”

The community survey will remain open until 5pm Tuesday, 18 June 2024.